In case you have no previous experience, creating your own Internet site may seem tricky. Coding and web design are not the easiest things to excel at, so if you want to start your web presence, you could use site themes. A template is a pre-made website which you can alter by adding your textual content, pics, links inside the site or to external content, and so forth. Some templates may be more complex and may offer you more options for example picking the color scheme or the number of columns on the site via an easy-to-use visual interface, so even if you have never created a website before, you could still create a stunning and professionally looking one with just several clicks.

Free Website Templates in Shared Hosting

With each of the shared hosting solutions we offer we will provide you with access to hundreds of themes that you can use for your sites. Our site builder includes 70+ web themes for simpler websites and it will enable you to use pre-defined pages, choose the style or color scheme for a given theme, and so on. For dynamic web sites we have countless themes that you can use with script applications such as WordPress, Moodle or Mambo. You will be able to change various settings for every single theme via the admin panel of the corresponding script, so you will not need any programming skills to have a gorgeous web site. All the templates are available totally free and are accessible from the hosting Control Panel, so you'll not need to throw away cash on purchasing paid web themes or hiring a web designer.

Free Website Templates in Semi-dedicated Servers

With our semi-dedicated server plans you'll be able to employ countless 100 % free themes for your sites. You'll pay only the plan’s monthly fee and you will save tens, even hundreds of dollars for web design services since we would not ask you for any additional fees to be able to access our website templates. You can use our website builder, which features over 70 design templates with various color schemes and styles, or you can take advantage of script-driven applications including WordPress, Joomla or Mambo and use numerous amazing themes for them, each with a lot of options that you can manage from the script back office. You'll have a wide choice depending on what type of site you'd like to create and how involved you want to be.